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to the budget analyst report. >> madam chair, supervisor avalos, as shown on page 5 of our report, table 4, the proposed not to exceed amount of 18.7 million includes a 12% contingency of over $2 million which was calculated using the total actual as well as proposed contract expenditures of 16,700,000, the six year term from july 1st, 2008, to june 30, 2014. so, that includes 9.4 million which has already been expended on the contract, and clearly that should not be included in the contingency calculation. a 12% contingency should be calculated on the proposed expenditures for fiscal year 12-13 and 13-14 of 7,2 92,0 48, not on the prior actual expenditures. so, that would result in a contingency amount of 8,075,092 rather than [speaker not understood]. that contingency they calculated would equal 27.5% of the proposed 12-13 -- 12-13 and 13-14 expenditures. a 12% contingency would result in a total reduction of a million 128,94 2. so, our recommendation, supervisors, on page 7 of our report, we recommend that you amendedth proposed resolution to reduce the ton exceed contract amount by a m
want to recognize the sfgtv staff working on this committee. madam clerk, could you please call item 1. >> item no. 1, resolution urging the metropolitan transportation commission of the state legislature to strengthen the privacy provisions of personal information of the clipper card program. >> thank you, madam clerk. this is an item that i have called forward and i want to thank my co-sponsors, supervisor chiu and supervisor olague, my committee members, for their co-sponsorship. this resolution has come out of recent media reports of the grave concerns about the clipper card privacy policy. after reviewing this issue further and discussing it with staff on the mtc, i am encouraged they want to make the clipper card privacy policy as strong as possible. the clipper card privacy policy gives the mtc the right to maintain all personal information indefinitely for active clipper accounts and for up to 7 years after accounts are closed or terminated. i am encouraged the mtc is taking steps to address these issues on their own. i hope this will assure the public the mtc is taking step
to the budget analyst report. >> madam chair and supervisor avalos, we have our conclusions shown on page 18 of our report. and we state that based on the term sheet provisions, the budget and legislative analyst estimates that the port would receive revenues over the 66-year term future ground lease or an estimated value of $15.7 million. we also report that the estimated net present value of rent revenues in the port would be less than 15.7 million if project costs are higher or tenant rents are lower than estimated in the preliminary pro forma financial analysis. orton is currently conducting a detailed evaluation of the 20th street historic building site and developing a more refined sign plan and cost estimate of the project. the proposed term sheet requires orton to submit a complete underwriting package with detailed estimates of the total project cost, financing costs and expected lease rates to the port to be used for negotiated a lease disposition and development agreement. we also report that the pro posetioned 20th street historic building project would yield annual estimated tax
forflez and after that ron miguel. >> good evening madam chairman, fellow commissioners. my name is manuel florez and part of the carpenters union close to 33 years and over the years i have seen a lot of projects but i tell you the designs i see for this one. this is what you call a smart development. what does that mean "a smart equipment". i am talking about a world class arena. >> >> i'm looking beyond the jobs what this can do for the city and county of san francisco. i will the team here is well aware of what they're up against that it's an uphill battle but they're here rolling up their sleeps. good economic sense and it can be done. you know we're going to get a lot of noise. we're going to get a lot of dust. we're going to get a lot of traffic no doubt and you know what? somebody's view is going to be blocked, but at the end of the day this can work. a first class arena for the city and county of san francisco. that's what we need. that's what we deserve because this is a city that knows how no doubt. they know how to do it and i look forward to more of these d
the san francisco police department and mayor's office of criminal justice. >> great, thank you, madam clerk. i called this item, we haven't had an update in a number of months from our department, public safety department, about how we are doing as a city in terms of responding to crime in our city. so we have jason elliot who is here to start off the presentation. >> thank you, mr. chair, jason elliot from the mayor's office. i will be very brief. thank you for calling this hearing and continuing to pay attention to this issue, it's a topic of constant conversation in meetings in the mayor's office. what we're going to present to you today is a condensed version in the interest of time, an overview of the mayor's new ipo interrupt, predict and organize strategy to fight crime. this was a strategy that was developed and implemented in july, it's now november so we have begun to see fruits of that labor. so we will provide a brief update there and then commander murphy from sfpd will respond to the other part of the hearing request, which is for actual crime trends and hard data. s
very much. why don't we go to the budget analyst report. >> madam chair and supervisor avalos, as shown on table 2 on page 4 of our report, the rent as negotiated by the airport for this -- for the proposed -- and the proposed lessees for the three five-year cellular service site equipment leases would result in total revenues to the airport of $7,875,000, that's over the five-year term. we recommend that you do approve these resolutions. >> thank you. just a quick question to the airport with regard to the retroactivity. you did speak a little bit to it. it was it's a fairly -- it's been a long time or we're looking to retroactively approve it back to 2009, quite some time that has elapsed. i think you explained it a little bit, but what is sort of the airport's remedy to make sure this doesn't repeat itself? >> i went back to see what had happened. the best i could piece it together, i think there was some confusion between my office and the concession revenue office over whether or not it required board approval based on the fact it wasn't a traditional competitive bid. meaning we w
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